well, it started getting a little warm in here and we got a new baby so the wife turned it down to 70. the other pointer is on 86 right now but it really is hot out today. 99 is what it said in my pickup thermometer. we'll see how it does now.
my brother isn't a plumber, he drives otr for jb hunt, he's been there almost 10 years now.
Not to worry about that frost, that's how the system gets the cold air. By the way, in the winter your furnace may have a continuous flame around it as well. Again, not to worry, that's just how it works.
OH! If you are not a troll, CALL SOMEBODY TO FIX YOUR COOLING SYSTEM!
I've been trying to read up on some of the other stories here and it sounds like frosting or ice on the coil might be a clogged filter? I've looked around but don't see one, so either that's not the trouble or I just can't find it.
I guess if I can't fix this I'll call a repair shop Monday.
even if it's not a heat pump I can still hose it down with water?
I tried to pull a cover off it to find the filter to see if it's dirty but all those panels are froze on. I found some more articles in here about dirty filter making the coil ice so now I think that's what it is.
I found this site while looking to see if I actually have a problem with my air conditioner. It seems like my house is not quite as coll this summer as it has been in the past, it's not intolerable, just not super duper cold!
I see some frost is getting on the coil and when I told my best friend who is a neighbor, he said he didn't think it should be frosting, but wasn't sure.
I think it's not the problem, I figured air conditioners get really cold so some frosting is okay.
If anyone can tell me for sure if this the problem, I thank you. If you need anymore details I'll do the best I can to get them.
low on refrigerant(which might be due to a leak somewhere in the system) or low air flow